knock something off

knock something off

verb
See also: knock, off, something

knock something off

1. tv. to manufacture or make something, especially in haste. (see also knock something together.) I’ll see if I can knock another one off before lunch.
2. tv. to lower the price of something; to knock off some dollars or cents from the price of something. The store manager knocked 30 percent off the price of the coat.
See also: knock, off, something
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And every time I do something on my bucket list I knock something off and I put two extra on.
And every time I do something on my bucket list, I knock something off and I put two extra on.
Every time I come out, I want to knock something off my bucket list.
We love it and it's a brave move to knock something off that is working for us.
If she could find the tiniest flaw in some garment she would be trying to persuade the salesman to knock something off.
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